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FE Colleges & Sexual Health (FESH) Update: Resilience Transformation Engagement. Michael Bell Sixth London Sexual Health Forum 26 th November 2010. Recap on the Context. Sexual Health performance across London DH/DCSF 2007 Report and DH funding to improve sexual health in FE

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fe colleges sexual health fesh update resilience transformation engagement

FE Colleges & Sexual Health (FESH) Update: Resilience Transformation Engagement

Michael Bell

Sixth London Sexual Health Forum

26th November 2010

recap on the context
Recap on the Context
  • Sexual Health performance across London
  • DH/DCSF 2007 Report and DH funding to improve sexual health in FE
  • Opportunities for working through FE Colleges:
    • “Captive audience” with 40% of YP
    • Extending Accessibility
  • Wider financial imperatives and the QIPP Agenda
  • 2009 – The London “Going All the Way” needs assessment published
actions to date 1
Actions to Date (1)
  • FESHproNET under chairmanship of GLA established as a sub-committee of LSHP Board
  • “Going All the Way” service specification developed:
    • Three levels of attainment
    • Four service domains: (i) Information, Advice & Guidance (ii) Contraception & Prevention (iii) Screening &Testing (iv) Pregnancy & Parenthood.
actions to date 2
Actions to Date (2)
  • 3 FE College Pilots testing the specification
  • A Community of Practice comprising 16 other FE colleges and their partners to be established Dec 2010. Accessing other FESH services:
    • Brook – providing SH training to pastoral and teaching staff in colleges.
    • Living Well – delivering “Rite Start” SH Peer facilitators and educators programme in six colleges.
  • Roll-out of YouthBytes
  • ... And Medi+Vend...
young people s involvement
Young People’s Involvement
  • FESHyouthNETestablished – pan London and pilot college representation
  • Partnerships with GLA youth Involvement Team
  • “WeKnowBest.co.uk” interactive website established
  • Youth led evaluation of the pilots – and longer term FESH accreditation by YP in development.
  • Young Londoners’ Sexual Health Showcase – City Hall, Feb 2011
  • LGBT action research project to be commenced in January 2011
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FESH & The Olympics
  • Resilience - Safeguarding sexual health services during the games, ensuring lower cost interventions and minimising the call upon NHS resources;
  • Transformation – Using the development of resilience to transform services and relationships between partners and stake holders for lasting benefit in line with QIPP principles;
  • Engagement - Maximising public participation, particularly from young people and raising awareness of personal responsibility to ensure good sexual health.
what can you do
What Can You Do?
  • Make sure your local colleges and SH providers join the Community of Practice (CoP)
  • Let us know about any local resources for “WeKnowBest” and the CoP
  • Contact us if you want to use “WeKnowBest” to consult with young people in your area
  • Support Young People’s involvement by encouraging enrolment in “WeKnowBest”
  • Celebrate Young People’s involvement by supporting and participating in the Young Londoners’ Sexual Health Showcase
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FE Colleges & Sexual Health (FESH) Update: Resilience Transformation Engagement

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